Hampton Inn Portland Clackamas
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Day 1, June 1, 2015
(LC Eastbound Equivalent 4/8-10, 1806
Traveled an easy first day from Olympia to Beacon Rock State
Park east of Camas. After a last few good weather days, today turned to rain about ½ hour before I departed and rained until I neared Portland and then turned east. Seaman and I took a nice hike from the Park campground to Rodney Falls on the Hadley Mountain trail (about ...
... for W. We wandered around the Pearl district checking out the boutiques, went to Macy's and Nordstroms Rack where I found a pair of rubber boots as my leather ones were leaking. We also had a coffee at the Pearl Cafe. Tonight we are going first to a brew pub called Migration and then to either a southern style Resto or Cuban for dinner....just returned from a walk in the ...
... I picked up a couple gifts for Len and Leatha for Christmas, I thought I would pre empt getting a few things before we get to them. We also found a "Made in Oregon" shop, that's where I got one of the gifts for Len and Leatha but I also found a gift for Dad. I feel happy here, I really like the 'vibe' of the place. After we were done we headed outside to find a place to eat, Will worked out how hard it is to ...
... and provided interesting conversation. It was silver service, the sommelier explaining the wines and several waiters providing service. There was a $49 three course menu with several choices. The specialty of the house is using wild mushrooms so they form the basis for many dishes.
Fletcher and I both started with the soup of the day which was a creamy cauliflower and carrot topped with white truffle oil. This was after our amuse-bouche of carrot topped by ...
... ventured into Angelas, a relatively new vineyard in the region for a tasting experience. As is typical of this viticultural region, the Pinots, Rieslings, C******nays and bubbles dominate the available varietals. We sampled some of the product at no cost as young Jim advised us both that being in the industry we were not required to lay down any folding. The highlight was a 2012 Pinot with a bouquet that I could only liken to a bunch of roses fresh from the Chelsea flower show. At ...